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Culinary NewsMore Than Half of a Jar of Nutella is Just Sugar
Culinary NewsCranberry Tea - Why is it Healthy?
Duck Fat - How and What to Use it for?
Duck fat is more healthy than butter. The reason is that the chemical composition of duck fat is similar to that of olive oil.
What Does Chicken Meat Contain?
Walking through a large grocery store - we come across the meat and in particular chicken isle. Choose one that is raised on a farm or at least you are sure that there are no additional extras.
Today is National Chocolate Wafer Day! Here`s How to Mark the Occasion
On July 3, connoisseurs all over are celebrating National Chocolate Wafer Day. This tasty dessert is traditionally made of crunchy layers, riddled with squares.
Two Tons of Flour and Mozzarella to Make a Guinness Record Breaking Pizza
Pizza chefs from 5 continents are coming together this Sunday, May 15, in Naples, to prepare the world's longest pizza - an entire 2 km (1. 2 mi). This culinary temptation is going for a new Guinness World Record.
Happy Hummus Day!
Today, May 13th, we celebrate International Hummus Day. On this day we're supposed eat this delicious appetizer for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Italy Allows Food Theft if you're Homeless and Hungry
Italy's Supreme Court has ruled that it will not hold homeless and hungry people responsible if they steal small amounts of food from stores in the country.
Latvia Bans the Sale of Energy Drinks to Kids
Starting June 1, 2016, Latvia will be prohibiting the sale of energy drinks to kids under 18 years of age. This decision was made by the country's last Parliament meeting.
The Typical School Lunch in 10 Countries Around the World
France - lunch for students in the country consists of beef steak, a piece of cheese, carrot salad, green beans and fruit. South Korea - students usually eat a lunch of fish soup, rice with tofu, sauerkraut, broccoli and fresh peppers.
Oddities in Dining Etiquette Around the World
Cut your potatoes with a fork - this is the accepted norm in Germany. According to Germans, who are world famous for their precision, the knife is actually too precise for cutting potatoes with, so grab your fork and have at it.
New Fad: Making Oil from Cockroaches and Worms
For years scientists have been looking for a solution to world hunger. And through their process of searching they've been sporadically offering all kinds of unusual, crazy and even disgusting alternative products to put on our dining table.
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